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  1. 200 LESSON 6 Adventure newsletter Positioning the pull quote 4 Be sure the top left reference point of the Control palette Proxy icon is selected. Type The pull quote for this page includes a pho- –39p9.5 for X, 24p5.5 for Y, 10p2 for W, 14p3 tograph. By putting the pull quote and the for H, and then press Enter or Return. photograph inside a frame, you’ll be able to set text wrap once for the entire pull quote, A D V E N T U R E — T R A V E L and looked to me like the original bun- beyond the edge of the platform. With a and still be able to edit the text and photo. gee jumping. Four men climbed 100 feet up a pole to a small platform where a fifth man already was playing a primi- tive drum and flute. At the top, they tied large, nervous gulp, I strapped on the dented helmet offered to me. The fellows mimed directions to me. Basically, I was supposed to walk to the long ropes, already wrapped around the end of what looked like a diving board pole, to their ankles and their waists. extending off one edge of the platform, Moving to the rhythm of the drum close my eyes, and jump off. 1 Select the rectangle-frame tool ( ) from and flute, the four men jumped in uni- I cautiously assessed the cords and son from the platform. Thump, thump, crane. I scanned the tree tops of the sur- thump. My heart pounded with the rounding forest glistening below in this drum still sounding from the platform. often rainy region. I looked for my hus- The ropes slowly unwound, circling the band in the crowd below, but couldn’t flyers around the pole again and again in distinguish him from the other specks. the toolbox. Draw a frame on the paste- a slow spiral until they delicately landed on the dry dusty ground below. A resounding thump, Feeling fear creeping into my stom- ach and up my back, I ran toward the diving board. “Tawanda! thump, thump. Adrena- line and awe swept over I shouted, thinking of Kathy Bates in Fried Kayaking board, and leave it selected. me. Something about the atmosphere, the cer- emony, the tradition in Mexico kind of put a spell on me. I wanted to fly. Green Tomatoes crashing her big car to prove her newly realized fearless- ness. My toes dug into the with Crocs The traditional jump welcome turf. My pound- A short tale about a thrill- was reserved for the ing heart swelled with an ing Zambezi outing I could 2 Choose Element > Text Wrap. For Wrap Totonac flyers, the tourist incredible love: for my center told me, but they husband, the dirt, the sky, sink my teeth into suggested going to a the world, the universe, nearby bungee-jumping everything. I hooked up with two British expatri- operator. I had never before thought “Better than ever,” I said. And I ates named Bill Zeman, and Ralph about bungee jumping except to think meant it. Say, how about if I celebrate Christie, to go kayaking in Africa. Option, select the second icon (rectangular that anyone who did it must be crazy. I dragged my husband there. As I handed over my pesos to the bungee op- erator, my wry husband’s only comment my flying by taking some vanilla ice cream back to our room to see if vanilla really is an aphrodisiac? Well, he agreed, and that day remains The three of us slipped our kayaks into the Zambezi. Although the river moved fast, its surface was deceptively smooth, yet high and fast. was, “At least I have life insurance on the high point of our honeymoon. That Bill said, as we paddled, to steer clear wrap). Type 0p9 for all Standoff Values, and you. See you at the bottom.” So much for having faith. Like the real Indian flyers, I would be jumping from a platform high above the was several months ago. Since returning home to the States, I’ve found myself addicted to adventure. I may not bun- gee-jump again, but I’m more likely now of the hippo. Crocodiles are another matter, he continued. See that log in that still water over there, that’s really a croco- dile. We’re lucky to see that much of it— ground. Determined to do it, I looked to try some other sports which before had sometimes the only thing you’ll see above then click OK. anywhere but down as I climbed a series of ladder-like rungs up to a large plat- form. At the top, a couple of fellows strapped me into something like a para- chute harness. Two cords out the back of simply terrified me. —Bev Eddington, Boulder, Colorado the water is its snout. A couple of hours later, my kayak started rising in the air and sliding back- wards. A strap around my neck kept my camera from falling into the river, as the the harness linked me to what looked like kayak rocked on its rising perch. the arm of a big crane that stretched high “Croc!” Bill yelled from his kayak about 200 feet behind me. “Paddle to the right where it’s deeper!” I didn’t hesitate. 5 With the frame still selected, choose File > 3 With the frame still selected, display the Place. Select the file 06TextC.doc in the Colors palette, click the Fill button ( ), 06Lesson folder, make sure the Within and then select PANTONE Blue 072 CV. Frame option is selected, the Show Filter Choose Element > Stroke > 6 pt. Preferences option is deselected, the Retain Format option is selected, and then click Open (Windows) or OK (Macintosh). The text is placed within the frame. The text may be difficult to read because it is black on a dark blue background. You will apply a style that will make it easy to read. 6 Select the text tool ( ), click an insertion point in the pull quote text, and choose Edit > Select All. Display the Styles palette and click the Pull Quote style.
  2. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 201 Classroom in a Book Now you will add a duotone image to the 10 Select the text tool and triple-click the pull quote. First you will add a paragraph photograph in the pull quote to select the return so that the image will be in its own paragraph containing the photograph. In paragraph. the Character view of the Control palette, 7 With the text tool still selected, click at the type 38 points for leading ( ), and then beginning of the text you just placed and press Enter or Return. press Enter or Return. Then press the Left son from the platform. Thump, thump, thump. My heart pounded with the drum still sounding from the platform. crane. I scanned the tree tops of the sur- rounding forest glistening below in this often rainy region. I looked for my hus- The ropes slowly unwound, circling the band in the crowd below, but couldn’t Arrow key to move the insertion point back flyers around the pole again and again in a slow spiral until they delicately landed distinguish him from the other specks. Feeling fear creeping into my stom- on the dry dusty ground below. ach and up my back, I ran toward the to the top of the text block. A resounding thump, diving board. “Tawanda! thump, thump. Adrena- line and awe swept over me. Something about the Something about I shouted, thinking of Kathy Bates in Fried Green Tomatoes crashing Kayaking with Crocs atmosphere, the cer- her big car to prove her 8 Choose File > Place, select the 06Art1.eps emony, the tradition in Mexico kind of put a spell on me. I wanted to fly. Mexico put a newly realized fearless- ness. My toes dug into the spell on me. A short tale about a thrill- file from the 06Lesson folder, make sure the The traditional jump was reserved for the Totonac flyers, the tourist I wanted to fly welcome turf. My pound- ing heart swelled with an incredible love: for my ing Zambezi outing I could center told me, but they husband, the dirt, the sky, sink my teeth into As Inline Graphic option is selected, and suggested going to a nearby bungee-jumping operator. I had never before thought the world, the universe, everything. “Better than ever,” I said. And I I hooked up with two British expatri- ates named Bill Zeman, and Ralph then click Open or OK. about bungee jumping except to think that anyone who did it must be crazy. I dragged my husband there. As I meant it. Say, how about if I celebrate my flying by taking some vanilla ice cream back to our room to see if vanilla Christie, to go kayaking in Africa. The three of us slipped our kayaks into the Zambezi. Although the river moved handed over my pesos to the bungee op- really is an aphrodisiac? fast, its surface was deceptively smooth, erator, my wry husband’s only comment Well, he agreed, and that day remains yet high and fast. son from the platform. Thump, thump, crane. I scanned the tree tops of the sur- was, “At least I have life insurance on the high point of our honeymoon. That Bill said, as we paddled, to steer clear thump. My heart pounded with the rounding forest glistening below in this you. See you at the bottom.” So much was several months ago. Since returning of the hippo. Crocodiles are another drum still sounding from the platform. often rainy region. I looked for my hus- The ropes slowly unwound, circling the band in the crowd below, but couldn’t flyers around the pole again and again in distinguish him from the other specks. a slow spiral until they delicately landed Feeling fear creeping into my stom- on the dry dusty ground below. ach and up my back, I ran toward the A resounding thump, diving board. “Tawanda! 11 Click the text tool within the first line thump, thump. Adrena- line and awe swept over me. Something about the I shouted, thinking of Kathy Bates in Fried Green Tomatoes crashing Kayaking atmosphere, the cer- emony, the tradition in Mexico kind of put a spell Something her big car to prove her newly realized fearless- ness. with Crocs after the photo, and in the paragraph view of about Mexico on me. I wanted to fly. The traditional jump was reserved for the put a My toes dug into the welcome turf. My pound- ing heart swelled with an A short tale about a thrill- ing Zambezi outing I could the Control palette, type 1 pica for space Totonac flyers, the tourist spell on me. incredible love: for my center told me, but they suggested going to a nearby bungee-jumping husband, the dirt, the sky, the world, the universe, everything. sink my teeth into I hooked up with two British expatri- before the paragraph ( ), and then press operator. I had never before thought “Better than ever,” I said. And I ates named Bill Zeman, and Ralph about bungee jumping except to think that anyone who did it must be crazy. meant it. Say, how about if I celebrate my flying by taking some vanilla ice Christie, to go kayaking in Africa. The three of us slipped our kayaks into Return or Enter. I dragged my husband there. As I cream back to our room to see if vanilla the Zambezi. Although the river moved handed over my pesos to the bungee op- really is an aphrodisiac? fast, its surface was deceptively smooth, erator, my wry husband’s only comment Well, he agreed, and that day remains yet high and fast. son from the platform. Thump, thump, crane. I scanned the tree tops of the sur- was, “At least I have life insurance on the high point of our honeymoon. That Bill said, as we paddled, to steer clear thump. My heart pounded with the rounding forest glistening below in this you. See you at the bottom.” So much was several months ago. Since returning of the hippo. Crocodiles are another drum still sounding from the platform. often rainy region. I looked for my hus- The ropes slowly unwound, circling the band in the crowd below, but couldn’t flyers around the pole again and again in distinguish him from the other specks. a slow spiral until they delicately landed Feeling fear creeping into my stom- on the dry dusty ground below. ach and up my back, I ran toward the A resounding thump, diving board. “Tawanda! The text and photograph don’t appear prop- thump, thump. Adrena- line and awe swept over me. Something about the I shouted, thinking of Kathy Bates in Fried Green Tomatoes crashing Kayaking with Crocs atmosphere, the cer- her big car to prove her erly aligned right now, but you will fix that emony, the tradition in Mexico kind of put a spell Something about newly realized fearless- ness. on me. I wanted to fly. My toes dug into the Mexico put a in the following steps. The traditional jump was reserved for the Totonac flyers, the tourist spell on me. welcome turf. My pound- ing heart swelled with an incredible love: for my A short tale about a thrill- ing Zambezi outing I could center told me, but they I wanted to fly husband, the dirt, the sky, sink my teeth into suggested going to a the world, the universe, 9 Select the pointer tool, select the frame nearby bungee-jumping operator. I had never before thought about bungee jumping except to think everything. “Better than ever,” I said. And I meant it. Say, how about if I celebrate I hooked up with two British expatri- ates named Bill Zeman, and Ralph Christie, to go kayaking in Africa. that anyone who did it must be crazy. my flying by taking some vanilla ice The three of us slipped our kayaks into (do not select any of the frame contents), I dragged my husband there. As I handed over my pesos to the bungee op- cream back to our room to see if vanilla really is an aphrodisiac? the Zambezi. Although the river moved fast, its surface was deceptively smooth, erator, my wry husband’s only comment Well, he agreed, and that day remains yet high and fast. and choose Element > Frame > Frame was, “At least I have life insurance on you. See you at the bottom.” So much the high point of our honeymoon. That was several months ago. Since returning Bill said, as we paddled, to steer clear of the hippo. Crocodiles are another Options. Type 0 for each Frame Inset, and then click OK. Not enough of the top of the photograph is visible, so you’ll add leading to the line that contains it.
  3. 202 LESSON 6 Adventure newsletter Laying out the Tibetan Treks edge snaps to the left margin and the top sidebar edge aligns with the guide at 57, and then release the mouse button. To finish page 2, you will place the prepared title graphic for the Tibetan Treks sidebar and looked to me like the original bun- A D V E N T U R E — T R A V E L beyond the edge of the platform. With a gee jumping. Four men climbed 100 feet large, nervous gulp, I strapped on the and then place a graphic at the bottom of the up a pole to a small platform where a fifth man already was playing a primi- tive drum and flute. At the top, they tied long ropes, already wrapped around the dented helmet offered to me. The fellows mimed directions to me. Basically, I was supposed to walk to the end of what looked like a diving board pole, to their ankles and their waists. extending off one edge of the platform, page. You will then modify the graphic in Moving to the rhythm of the drum close my eyes, and jump off. and flute, the four men jumped in uni- I cautiously assessed the cords and son from the platform. Thump, thump, crane. I scanned the tree tops of the sur- thump. My heart pounded with the rounding forest glistening below in this drum still sounding from the platform. often rainy region. I looked for my hus- The ropes slowly unwound, circling the band in the crowd below, but couldn’t several ways: you will enlarge it, color it blue, flyers around the pole again and again in a slow spiral until they delicately landed on the dry dusty ground below. A resounding thump, distinguish him from the other specks. Feeling fear creeping into my stom- ach and up my back, I ran toward the diving board. “Tawanda! and alter it with PageMaker’s Image Con- thump, thump. Adrena- line and awe swept over me. Something about the I shouted, thinking of Kathy Bates in Fried Green Tomatoes crashing Kayaking with Crocs atmosphere, the cer- her big car to prove her emony, the tradition in newly realized fearless- Mexico kind of put a spell Something about ness. trols. Finally, you will change the layout to on me. I wanted to fly. The traditional jump was reserved for the Totonac flyers, the tourist Mexico put a spell on me. I wanted to fly My toes dug into the welcome turf. My pound- ing heart swelled with an incredible love: for my A short tale about a thrilling Zambezi outing I center told me, but they husband, the dirt, the sky, could sink my teeth into two columns, place the sidebar text, and add suggested going to a the world, the universe, nearby bungee-jumping everything. I hooked up with two British expatri- operator. I had never before thought “Better than ever,” I said. And I ates named Bill Zeman, and Ralph about bungee jumping except to think meant it. Say, how about if I celebrate Christie, to go kayaking in Africa. that anyone who did it must be crazy. my flying by taking some vanilla ice The three of us slipped our kayaks into I dragged my husband there. As I cream back to our room to see if vanilla the Zambezi. Although the river moved the drop cap. handed over my pesos to the bungee op- erator, my wry husband’s only comment was, “At least I have life insurance on you. See you at the bottom.” So much really is an aphrodisiac? Well, he agreed, and that day remains the high point of our honeymoon. That was several months ago. Since returning fast, its surface was deceptively smooth, yet high and fast. Bill said, as we paddled, to steer clear of the hippo. Crocodiles are another for having faith. home to the States, I’ve found myself matter, he continued. See that log in that Like the real Indian flyers, I would be addicted to adventure. I may not bun- still water over there, that’s really a croco- jumping from a platform high above the gee-jump again, but I’m more likely now dile. We’re lucky to see that much of it— ground. Determined to do it, I looked to try some other sports which before had sometimes the only thing you’ll see above anywhere but down as I climbed a series simply terrified me. the water is its snout. of ladder-like rungs up to a large plat- —Bev Eddington, Boulder, Colorado A couple of hours later, my kayak form. At the top, a couple of fellows started rising in the air and sliding back- Placing the sidebar title strapped me into something like a para- wards. A strap around my neck kept my chute harness. Two cords out the back of camera from falling into the river, as the the harness linked me to what looked like kayak rocked on its rising perch. the arm of a big crane that stretched high “Croc!” Bill yelled from his kayak about 200 feet behind me. “Paddle to the right where it’s deeper!” I didn’t hesitate. Tibetan Treks: You will fill out the bottom of page 2 by add- Beckoning the Intrepid ing another sidebar. In this section you add the title of the sidebar, which is stored as a graphic in the Library palette. 1 Take another look at 06Final.pmd to see what this part of the page looks like. 2 Select the pointer tool. Locate Side Head Placing the background graphic in the Library palette and drag it onto the The sidebar text will appear on top of a page, positioning the loaded graphic icon background photograph, so you will add the approximately at the top left of the empty photograph next. area at the bottom of the page, and then 1 Select the pointer tool. Locate Tibetan release the mouse button. Drag the graphic to fine-tune its positioning, so that the left Treks in the Library palette, drag it to the empty area at the bottom of the page, and release the mouse button. Drag the photo again to fine-tune its position, so that the left and right edges are against the left and right edges of the page, and the top edge aligns with the bottom of the blue rect- angle containing the text Tibetan Treks. The photograph may hang below the page edge slightly.
  4. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 203 Classroom in a Book 2 Select the sidebar title graphic that you When you’re done exploring, use the pointer just dragged from the library, and choose to draw a line across the graph. The line Element > Arrange > Bring to Front so that should begin at the middle of the left side it is in front of the enlarged background and go to the top right corner of the graph. photograph. Click Apply, and then click OK. 3 Select the Tibetan Treks photo. Display Buttons the Colors palette and apply PANTONE Blue 072 CV. about 200 feet behind me. Paddle to the right where it’s deeper!” I didn’t hesitate. Tibetan Treks: Beckoning the Intrepid Windows: With the photo selected, choose Element > Image > Image Control. Set the Lightness to 90% and the Contrast to 24%. Click OK. Applying special effects to a photo For the type to be readable over the photo, Placing the text in two columns the photo should be lighter. You will use the Now you’ve prepared the background Image Control feature to screen back the graphic for the Tibetan Treks article. The photo and create special effects. next step is to place the text. This article is Macintosh: laid out in two columns rather than three, so you will change the column guides. With the photo selected, choose Element > Image > Image Control. Experiment by 1 Choose Layout > Column Guides. This clicking different buttons above the graph time, enter 2 for the number of columns. and with clicking the Lightness and Con- Keep 1p6 as the Space Between Columns, trast controls. and click OK. The buttons produce an immediate effect, Notice that changing the number of col- but for the other controls, you have to click umns does not affect text that is already Apply. On a Macintosh, you can adjust each placed on the page. bar in the graph individually, or drag across 2 Choose File > Place, and double-click the graph to shape the bars together. Click 06TextD.doc in the 06Lesson folder. As you Apply to see the effect. position the loaded text icon, turn on semi- automatic text flow again by holding down
  5. 204 LESSON 6 Adventure newsletter Shift as you click in the top of each column cap again to fine-tune it, so that the left edge below the head Beckoning the Intrepid. If is against the left margin and the bottom you still have a loaded text icon after flowing edge aligns with the fifth baseline of the the second column, click the pointer tool to story, and then let go of the mouse button. cancel placing text. You will make adjust- 8 Delete the first letter of the story—the T— ments later that will make all the text fit. since it is now redundant with the drop cap. 3 Select the text tool ( ), click in the new The library you opened for this project will story, and choose Edit > Select All. Display stay open until you close it. You won’t be the Styles palette, and apply the Sidebar Text using this particular library any further in paragraph style. this project or for any other projects in this 4 If the top of either column does not book, so you will close it now. Simply clos- already touch the guide at 70p4, select the ing the palette window won’t close the pointer tool and drag the top windowshade library file itself, so you will use a palette of each text block as necessary. menu command to close the library file. 5 If the bottom of the left column does not 9 In the Library palette, choose Close already touch the bottom margin, select the Library from the palette menu. Then close pointer tool (if necessary) and drag its win- the Library palette. dowshade so that it snaps to the bottom For the next step, you want to select all of the margin. Tibet article except the first paragraph. This about 200 feet behind me. Paddle to the Tibetan Treks: right where it’s deeper!” I didn’t hesitate. can be difficult to do precisely, but there is a Beckoning the Intrepid quick way. The very name of Tibet has long intrigued me with hints ing everything in what might turn into near-freezing of a rich spiritual culture, a destination truly isolated and weather. As an aerobics instructor who has lived in com- remote. Maybe it was, but today, thousands of tourists pass through the Khumbu region of the Himalaya mountains munes on and off for years, I felt ready for those challenges. But I didn’t want anything too complicated or too tir- 10 Select the text tool. Triple-click the sec- each year on their way to Mt. Everest in Sagarmatha Na- ing—after all, I was already feeling pretty stressed out, and tional Park or to the Buddhist monasteries dotting the rug- ged Tibetan mountain terrain. But I had yet to get to Lhasa or anywhere else in Tibet. I liked the idea of restful solitude. I wanted something more like a cross between a meditation retreat and Club Med. The brochure said all I had to bring was a sleeping bag and ond paragraph in the article, and then hold So when work and life complications made my inner self my clothes. The tour company would provide tents, sleep- scream to truly get away from it all, I signed up for a 14-day guided tour of Tibet, including 9 days of camping on a trek. I liked the idea of stretching my legs and my spirit simulta- ing pads, food, utensils. Better yet, they promised porters to carry all gear, prepare camp, cook, and clean up. Talk about roughing it! It turned out to be wonderful. down Shift as you click the last paragraph in neously far away from New York City. The food wasn’t gourmet, but it was filling. We ate meat Trekking sounds rougher than it is. If your legs can hike 6 to 10 miles a day, they’re good enough. You eventually more often than the locals, and a sanitizing bath in a purple solution of potassium permanganate made fresh fruits and the article. reach elevations near 13,000 feet, so you want healthy vegetables simpatico with our digestive tracts. I relaxed, lungs, too. Because temperatures can get pretty nippy, you and explored a solitude found only in Tibet. should feel okay about eating, sleeping, and generally do- The selection technique in step 10 also works for whole words. Just start 6 Select the text tool, and click an insertion dragging by double-clicking a word at point in the first paragraph of the text you either end of the desired range. just placed. In the paragraph view of the Control palette, change the first line indent from 1 pica to 0. Press Enter or Return. 7 Select the pointer tool. Locate TCap in the Library palette and drag it approximately to the beginning of the story. Drag the drop
  6. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 205 Classroom in a Book 11 In the character view of the Control pal- ette, change the track from Normal to Tight. You can also display the Prefer- ences dialog box by double-clicking the and looked to me like the original bun- gee jumping. Four men climbed 100 feet up a pole to a small platform where a beyond the edge of the platform. With a large, nervous gulp, I strapped on the dented helmet offered to me. pointer tool. fifth man already was playing a primi- The fellows mimed directions to me. tive drum and flute. At the top, they tied Basically, I was supposed to walk to the long ropes, already wrapped around the end of what looked like a diving board pole, to their ankles and their waists. extending off one edge of the platform, Moving to the rhythm of the drum close my eyes, and jump off. 2 In the story editor section of the More and flute, the four men jumped in uni- I cautiously assessed the cords and son from the platform. Thump, thump, crane. I scanned the tree tops of the sur- thump. My heart pounded with the rounding forest glistening below in this drum still sounding from the platform. often rainy region. I looked for my hus- The ropes slowly unwound, circling the band in the crowd below, but couldn’t flyers around the pole again and again in distinguish him from the other specks. Preferences dialog box, choose a Font and a slow spiral until they delicately landed Feeling fear creeping into my stom- on the dry dusty ground below. ach and up my back, I ran toward the A resounding thump, diving board. “Tawanda! thump, thump. Adrena- line and awe swept over I shouted, thinking of Kathy Bates in Fried Kayaking Size that you’d like to use in the story editor. me. Something about the Green Tomatoes crashing with Crocs atmosphere, the cer- her big car to prove her emony, the tradition in newly realized fearless- Mexico kind of put a spell Something about ness. on me. I wanted to fly. My toes dug into the The traditional jump Mexico put a welcome turf. My pound- A short tale about a was reserved for the Totonac flyers, the tourist center told me, but they suggested going to a spell on me. I wanted to fly ing heart swelled with an incredible love: for my husband, the dirt, the sky, the world, the universe, thrilling Zambezi outing I could sink my teeth into For this project, choose 12-point Helvetica. nearby bungee-jumping everything. I hooked up with two British expatri- operator. I had never before thought “Better than ever,” I said. And I ates named Bill Zeman, and Ralph about bungee jumping except to think meant it. Say, how about if I celebrate Christie, to go kayaking in Africa. that anyone who did it must be crazy. I dragged my husband there. As I handed over my pesos to the bungee op- erator, my wry husband’s only comment my flying by taking some vanilla ice cream back to our room to see if vanilla really is an aphrodisiac? Well, he agreed, and that day remains The three of us slipped our kayaks into the Zambezi. Although the river moved fast, its surface was deceptively smooth, yet high and fast. These settings are provided to make it easier was, “At least I have life insurance on the high point of our honeymoon. That Bill said, as we paddled, to steer clear to read and edit text in the story editor, and you. See you at the bottom.” So much was several months ago. Since returning of the hippo. Crocodiles are another for having faith. home to the States, I’ve found myself matter, he continued. See that log in that Like the real Indian flyers, I would be addicted to adventure. I may not bun- still water over there, that’s really a croco- jumping from a platform high above the gee-jump again, but I’m more likely now dile. We’re lucky to see that much of it— ground. Determined to do it, I looked to try some other sports which before had sometimes the only thing you’ll see above anywhere but down as I climbed a series simply terrified me. the water is its snout. of ladder-like rungs up to a large plat- form. At the top, a couple of fellows strapped me into something like a para- chute harness. Two cords out the back of —Bev Eddington, Boulder, Colorado A couple of hours later, my kayak started rising in the air and sliding back- wards. A strap around my neck kept my camera from falling into the river, as the they do not affect the text on the layout. the harness linked me to what looked like kayak rocked on its rising perch. the arm of a big crane that stretched high “Croc!” Bill yelled from his kayak about 200 feet behind me. “Paddle to the 3 Make sure Display Style Names is selected. right where it’s deeper!” I didn’t hesitate. Tibetan Treks: Beckoning the Intrepid he very name of Tibet has long intrigued me okay about eating, sleeping, and generally doing everything This shows the style name of each paragraph T with hints of a rich spiritual culture, a desti- nation truly isolated and remote. Maybe it was, but today, thousands of tourists pass in what might turn into near-freezing weather. As an aero- bics instructor who has lived in communes on and off for years, I felt ready for those challenges. in a column to the left of the text. When through the Khumbu region of the Himalaya But I didn’t want anything too complicated or too tiring— mountains each year on their way to Mt. Everest in after all, I was already feeling pretty stressed out, and I liked Sagarmatha National Park or to the Buddhist monasteries the idea of restful solitude. I wanted something more like a dotting the rugged Tibetan mountain terrain. cross between a meditation retreat and Club Med. The bro- But I had yet to get to Lhasa or anywhere else in Tibet. So chure said all I had to bring was a sleeping bag and my clothes. you’re working in story editor, this option when work and life complications made my inner self scream The tour company would provide tents, sleeping pads, food, to truly get away from it all, I signed up for a 14-day guided utensils. Better yet, they promised porters to carry all gear, tour of Tibet, including 9 days of camping on a trek. I liked the prepare camp, cook, and clean up. Talk about roughing it! It idea of stretching my legs and my spirit simultaneously far turned out to be wonderful. away from New York City. The food wasn’t gourmet, but it was filling. We ate meat Trekking sounds rougher than it is. If your legs can hike 6 more often than the locals, and a sanitizing bath in a purple to 10 miles a day, they’re good enough.You eventually reach elevations near 13,000 feet, so you want healthy lungs, too. Because temperatures can get pretty nippy, you should feel solution of potassium permanganate made fresh fruits and vegetables simpatico with our digestive tracts. I relaxed, and explored a solitude found only in Tibet. quickly identifies the paragraph style applied to each paragraph. 12 Save 06Work.pmd. Using the story editor PageMaker’s story editor is a text-only view where you can edit text quickly and easily because PageMaker does not have to display graphics or sophisticated formatting, and stories are all together in one place instead of being spread out over various pages. Some tasks can be performed only in story 4 Hold down Shift (Windows) or Option editor view, such as finding, changing, and (Macintosh) as you click OK to close both checking the spelling of text. Preferences dialog boxes. By setting some preferences, you can control the appearance of text in the story editor. 1 Choose File > Preferences > General, and then click More.
  7. 206 LESSON 6 Adventure newsletter Finding and changing text 4 Choose Utilities > Change. Paste the copied character into Find What. If you carefully examine the text you imported for the various articles, you will Note: You can also type the character directly find that there is an unusual character—ó— into Find What. In Windows, hold down Alt in places where there should be em dashes. and type 0243 on the numeric keypad. On a Similar characters may appear when text is Macintosh, hold down Option as you type e moved between applications or computer and then let go of Option and type o. platforms. PageMaker’s Find and Change feature makes it easy to fix these instances. 5 Type an em dash in Change To by typing To use find and change, you must work in ^_ (Windows) or pressing the keyboard story editor view. shortcut Option+Shift+- (Macintosh). Leave Match Case and Whole Word dese- 1 Go to page 1. To display the story editor, lected, leave Current Publication selected for select the text tool ( ) and click an inser- Search Document, and select All Stories for tion point in the first paragraph of the body Search Story. text in the bungee-jumping article. Don’t The case (uppercase or lowercase) doesn’t click next to the drop cap (L), because the matter, and the character you’re looking for drop cap is a graphic separate from the story. is not a whole word, because in this publica- 2 Choose Edit > Edit Story. tion it is always typed without a space next The story editor opens to the position in the to it. story where you clicked an insertion point. You can also open the story editor by triple-clicking on the story with the pointer tool. 3 In story editor, examine the last sentence You can click Change All to change all in the fourth paragraph. There are two instances of the character to an em dash. instances of the ó character in the sentence However, Change All should be used with óthe dominant native tribe thereó. Select one great caution to avoid unintended results. and copy it. For instance, if the character is present as a legitimate character in a word, Change All will replace it anyway. It’s far safer to check each occurrence as it is found. 6 Click Find. Look at the found character highlighted in the story window. It’s one you want to change, click Change & Find.
  8. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 207 Classroom in a Book PageMaker makes the change and automati- Spellings, deselect Show Duplicates, leave cally searches for the next occurrence of the Current Publication selected, select All character. Stories, and then click Start. 7 Change each occurrence of the character The Alternate Spellings option makes to an em dash. There should be seven in all. PageMaker suggest alternate spellings for PageMaker will open a separate story editor questionable words. Normally, you’d also window for each story where it finds an select Show Duplicates, but in this text the occurrence. writer uses phrases like thump, thump, thump. Finally, selecting the All Stories To skip over an occurrence with- option lets you check all editable text in the out changing it, click Find Next. publication using a single spell-checking session. 8 Close the Change dialog box. 9 Save 06Work.pmd. (You should be saving at regular intervals.) Checking spelling Spell checking is another task that you can perform only in story editor view. You PageMaker looks for both misspelled words should still be in story editor, but because and unexpected capitalization, such as a PageMaker creates a separate window for sentence beginning with a lowercase letter. each story, you are in the window for the “Tibetan Treks” story. The first word that the spell checker ques- tions is bungee. You want to add it to the dic- You want to begin checking spelling in the tionary so that PageMaker will recognize it bungee jumping story. If you have not closed in the future. the window for that story, you can quickly return to it by choosing it from the Window 2 Click Add. menu. The story is listed in a menu under PageMaker presents the word with sug- the name of the publication that contains it. gested hyphenation, indicated by tilde char- PageMaker identifies each story window in acters (~), and proposes to add it as all low- the menu by the first few characters in the ercase (not a proper noun). story. 3 Make sure As All Lowercase selected, and 1 Choose Window > 06Work.pmd > click OK. Click Continue. Bungee Jumping in M, and click an inser- tion point at the beginning of the story. Choose Utilities > Spelling. Select Alternate
  9. 208 LESSON 6 Adventure newsletter If the word must always have the capital This project contains many proper and place letters that you’ve typed in the Word option, names that should be ignored. Others, like you would select Exactly as Typed. If the hippo, are odd or rare and don’t need to be word should be lowercase except at the added to the dictionary. Click Ignore for all beginning of a sentence, you would select As of the following words: All Lowercase. PageMaker will capitalize it Totonacs chocoholic as necessary; for example, at the beginning Tabasco Poza of a sentence. Rica Papantla The next questioned word is amatuer. This Totonac word is wrong, but the correct spelling 6 When you get to ubquitous, choose the appears in the list of possible replacements. correct spelling, ubiquitous, from the list, 4 Select amateur in the replacement list to and click Replace. When you reach the word make it appear in Change To, and then click dented, click Add to add the word to the dic- Replace. At the word Tajin, click Ignore. tionary, because it is spelled correctly. PageMaker continues the spelling check PageMaker displays the Add to User Dictio- without adding Tajin to the dictionary. The nary dialog box, which shows how it would next word is Veracruz. You want to use a dif- hyphenate the word. You don’t want it to ferent form of the name. hyphenate before the ed, so remove the three tildes from the word. 5 Type Vera Cruz for Change To and click Replace. 7 Be sure that As All Lowercase is selected, The change appears in the text. Cruz is not and click OK. in the dictionary either, but you don’t want to add it to the dictionary, so click Ignore to continue spell checking. Note: Sometimes when you type in a change and click Replace, PageMaker continues the You use the tilde characters to specify which search without waiting for you to click Ignore hyphenation points have priority. Typing a or Add. That means that PageMaker found single tilde in a word indicates the most the substitution in its dictionary. desirable hyphenation points. Typing two tildes indicates acceptable but not ideal hyphenation points, and typing three tildes indicates the least preferable hyphenation points. When you don’t want the word to be hyphenated at all, remove all tildes from it.
  10. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 209 Classroom in a Book 8 Click Continue. Click Ignore for the The next word that the spell checker ques- following words: tions is the h at the beginning of the Tibetan Tawanda Kathy Treks sidebar story. The word begins with a Bev Eddington lowercase letter because you removed the capital T and replaced it with a drop cap. When you get to kayaking, click Add and Under these circumstances the word is OK change the hyphenation to kayak~ing. Click but should not be added to the dictionary. OK and then click Continue. 14 Click Ignore, and then click Ignore for 9 Click Ignore for the following words: the following words: Crocs Zambesi Khumbu Himalaya 10 When you get to expatriats, choose expa- Everest Sagarmatha triates from the list, make sure it appears as 14-day Med shown, and click Replace. simpatico The next word that the spell checker ques- tions is the T in the drop cap at the begin- ning of the Tibetan Treks sidebar story. Under these circumstances the word is OK but should not be added to the dictionary. 15 Click Ignore. When the spell checking is complete, click the top left corner 11 Click Ignore for the following words: (Macintosh) or top right corner (Windows) Zeman Ralph to close it. Christie hippo Croc betcha Closing story editor Jon Benson There is one story editor window open for 12 When the spell checker questions each of the three stories in the project that whitewater, click Add and change the were opened by the spelling checker. You can hyphenation to white~water. Be sure As All close all of them at once. Lowercase is selected and click OK. 1 Hold down Shift (Windows) or Option 13 Click Continue, then click Ignore for (Macintosh) as you choose Story > Close All Yangtze. Replace reluctently with reluctantly Stories. from the list, and then click Ignore for the Congratulations! You have completed this following words: project. If you have a printer available, you who’ve say…happy may print your completed version of the Britta Munstead publication. 2 Close all open files, and close PageMaker.
  11. Lesson 7 Recreational catalog You complete the annual “Best Of ” catalog for Utah Gear, a fictional company specializing in recreational equipment. Type, colors, and graphics are designed both to draw customers to the products and to print successfully on press. Adobe Systems extends its thanks to Recreational Equipment Inc., which supplied all text and props for this project. Some product information has been modified slightly for these training materials.
  12. 212 LESSON 7 Recreational catalog In this project you will complete a catalog Before you begin that will be printed by a commercial printer. As before, you delete the existing PageMaker You work with a variety of imported preferences or configuration file to return all graphics, including scanned photographs, settings to their defaults and make sure that and Kodak Photo CD® images, as well as the fonts for this project are installed. Then colors, links, inline graphics, and various file you open and inspect a final version of the formats. You also learn how to set up color document that you create in this project. separations to print to an imagesetter, and explore issues that affect color reproduction. Note: Windows users need to unlock the In this project you learn how to do the lesson files before using them. For infor- following: mation, see “Copying the Classroom in a Book files” on page 4. • Insert inline graphics. 1 Before launching PageMaker, return all • Create custom rules. settings to their defaults. See “Restoring • Edit a spot color. default settings” in Lesson 1. • Work with color in the context of 2 Make sure that the fonts are installed on commercial color printing. your system: AGaramond, AGaramond Italic, AGaramond Semibold, AGaramond • Manage linked graphics. Semibold Italic, Myriad Bold, and Myriad • Import a Kodak Photo CD image. Roman. • Prepare files for a prepress service Windows only: Because of the way Windows provider. handles fonts, AGaramond Semibold appears in the ATM Fonts list as AGaramond, Bold This project should take you about 2 hours (notice the comma) and AGaramond Semi- to complete. bold Italic appears in the ATM Fonts list as AGaramond, Bold Italic (notice the position of the comma). However, none of these font names appears in font menus in Windows applications. You must apply bold to AGara- mond to use AGaramond Semibold; you must apply bold and italic to AGaramond to use AGaramond Semibold Italic; and you must apply italic to AGaramond to use AGaramond Italic. You must apply bold to Myriad Roman to use Myriad Bold.
  13. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 213 Classroom in a Book 3 Start the Adobe PageMaker application, You will now open and save the copy of the then open the 07Final.pmd file in the publication in which you will work. 07Lesson folder. If the publication window 1 Open the 07Begin.pmt file in the does not already fill the screen, click the 07Lesson folder. Maximize button. Next you will make sure that a certain 4 To see a self-running “slide show” presen- printer description file (PPD) is installed. tation of the catalog, hold down the Shift key You will choose it later in the lesson. and choose Layout > Go to Page. When you use the slide show features, PageMaker auto- 2 Choose File > Print and make sure Agfa matically hides the palettes, and each page in 9800 appears in the PPD pop-up menu, and the publication displays in sequence. then click Cancel. If it is not present, you must install it from the Classroom in a Book 5 Click the mouse button to stop turning CD, as described in “Installing PPDs (Win- the pages. dows only)” on page 3. 6 Leave the final file open so you can use it Note: If you do not have the required printer, as a visual reference as you work through the you can still create the project as directed and project. then print it on your own printer by This publication contains the first five pages selecting your printer and its PPD (if it is a of the catalog, including the cover, contents PostScript printer) in the Print dialog box page, and several partially completed pages where you will add product photographs. when it is time to print. You can also use the Export Adobe PDF command to create an Adobe PDF version of the project as described Gear OUR ANNUAL BEST BUYS later in this lesson. 3 Save the untitled document in the 07Lesson folder as 07Work.pmd. If the Utah Top Gear for Tough Travel The Best from Utah Gear publication window does not already fill the screen, click the Maximize button. The document master consists of a simple three-column grid with a one-half-inch gutter. The partially empty pages have the major graphic elements already in place. The template has text styles defined in the Styles palette, and custom colors defined in the Colors palette.
  14. 214 LESSON 7 Recreational catalog Placing a Kodak Photo CD Selecting this option will save a TIFF version image of the image with your settings on your hard disk, letting you use the image the same way You start working on the catalog by placing as other imported graphics. If you don’t a Kodak Photo CD photograph on the cover. select this option, the original Photo CD A Photo CD stores an image in several stan- must be in the CD-ROM drive for the image dard resolutions for popular uses, such as to stay linked with the publication. computer display or reproduction on a printing press. PageMaker chooses a high- 3 In the Image Enhancement section, select resolution version by default, but you can Medium for Sharpen Output, and then specify a new size and resolution as you select Auto-Color Balance. Click OK when a import the image into PageMaker. You can warning message appears. apply your changes to the original Kodak Note: Auto-Color Balance is useful only when Photo CD file, or you can save the settings the lightest point in a picture should be pure with the image in CIE Lab TIFF format. The white. Otherwise, Auto-Color Balance may CIE Lab color model contains device-inde- introduce an unwanted color cast. pendent color information that can repro- duce color accurately on a PostScript Level 2 Although the default resolution would be or later printer. adequate for a commercially printed publi- cation, a file at that resolution would be 1 On page 1, the cover of the catalog, choose unnecessarily large for this lesson, so you’ll File > Place, open the 07Lesson folder, and specify a lower resolution. double-click 07Img14.PCD. (In Windows, if 4 For Size, select Constrain Proportions, the file doesn’t appear in the list, choose All Files for Files of Type.) and make sure Units is set to Inches for Width and Height. Note: If necessary, Choose File > Preferences > 5 Enter 7 for the width. Set the Image Reso- General. In the Preferences dialog box, click lution to 100 pixels per inch. CMS Setup. For Color Management, choose On. Click OK. Because you selected a Kodak Photo CD image, PageMaker displays the Kodak Photo CD Import Filter dialog box, which contains a preview of the selected image. Photo CD images are scanned directly from slide or negative film, so they always appear in land- scape (wide) orientation before you import them. 2 Select Save to CIELAB TIFF File.
  15. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 215 Classroom in a Book For real-world production, a general guide- 9 Click to place the image. line is to specify a resolution of twice the screen ruling—lines per inch (lpi)—that Gear OUR will be used to print the image. For this ANNUAL BEST project, a resolution of 100 is sufficient and BUYS uses less disk space and memory. 6 Click OK. Because you selected the Save to CIELAB TIFF file option, a dialog box appears where you can name the file. Utah Top Gear for Tough Travel The Best from Utah Gear 7 Name the file 07Photo.tif in the 07Lesson folder, and click Save. When a win- 10 While the image is still selected, choose dow appears asking if you want to include Element > Arrange > Send to Back. the graphic inside the publication, click No. If the image draws too slowly on your This creates a link to the external file instead screen, you can speed redraw by reducing of copying the file into the publication. the amount of detail PageMaker displays for Note (Macintosh only): If PageMaker placed images. This does not change the res- displays an alert telling you that there is not olution at which images will print. enough memory to place the image, increase 11 Choose File > Preferences > General. the memory size for PageMaker. For more Select Standard for Graphics Display, and information, see the documentation that came then click OK. with your Macintosh. When positioning elements precisely over PageMaker creates the new TIFF file and dis- images or when checking the publication plays the loaded graphic icon. As you move closely before printing, remember to select the icon, the horizontal and vertical rulers High Resolution for Graphics Display. display indicator lines to show the position 12 Save 07Work.pmd. of the top left corner of the graphic. You can also check the position using the X and Y values in the Control palette. On the rulers If high-resolution graphics display and in the Control palette, negative values is off, you can temporarily view graph- are to the left of or below the zero point of ics at high resolution without turning it the rulers. on in the Preferences dialog box. Hold down Ctrl+Shift (Windows) or Control 8 To place the TIFF image, position the loaded icon so that X is -1p6 (left of the (Macintosh) as you redraw the screen page) and Y is -4p6 (above the top of the (for example, when changing the view). page).
  16. 216 LESSON 7 Recreational catalog Cropping an image Working with color The part of the image that hangs out over Many print jobs are printed using either the edge is called a bleed and is necessary for spot or process color printing methods. Spot printing images that come all the way to the color uses a separate ink to print each color edge of the paper. To evaluate the composi- in the publication, which can allow accurate tion of the page, however, you will want to color reproduction. However, spot color crop the bleed temporarily. Before you print cannot easily reproduce the thousands of separations, you’ll pull the bleed back out colors in a photograph, because it would again. require too many separate inks. Process color Note: If this publication was really going to reproduces a wide range of colors using just press, elements currently touching the page four standard inks, by combining the inks in edges would extend past them so that they can varying proportions on a page. When you want to reproduce photographs or other art bleed properly. For simplicity of viewing, with many colors, process color is more eco- bleeding elements have been cropped to the nomically feasible than spot color, but not edge in this publication. all colors can be reproduced accurately. 1 If needed, select the image you just placed. 2 To crop the bleed, select the cropping tool Printing overlapping colors on press ( ) from the toolbox. Position it over the Most color printing inks are partially trans- upper left corner handle of the image, and parent, so printing one ink on top of another drag inward until the edges of the image are usually alters the color of both inks. For spot even with the edges of the page. Remember colors, PageMaker attempts to avoid this that you can use the rulers or the Control effect by using the standard printing indus- Palette to help you position elements on the try practice of knocking out, or removing, page; the top left corner of this page is 0,0 on inks where they print below the topmost the rulers. ink, keeping the color pure. In the following example, the spot ink of the Gear OUR ANNUAL BEST shape knocks out the background ink. On BUYS the black separation, the shape appears as negative space in a black background. Utah Top Gear for Tough Travel The Best from Utah Gear 3 Save 07Work.pmd.
  17. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 217 Classroom in a Book If the spot ink were to overprint the black, each ink. This publication will use five the two inks would mix and the result would inks—cyan, magenta, yellow, black, and be darkened by the black. To produce the PANTONE 5405 CVC. results you expect, PageMaker creates When a file is printed by a commercial knockouts by default when you specify printer using printing plates, the paper color, though you can choose to overprint. passes between rollers for each ink used in the publication. Each time the paper passes a roller, there is the possibility of misalign- ment or misregistration, if the paper is stretched or compressed by the printing press. Misregistration can cause thin gaps of white (often called light leaks) or color shifts between adjacent objects on the page. Shape overprints Shape knocks out A A Note: In general, process inks do not knock each other out because they reproduce a color by being combined. However, process inks can be knocked out by a spot color. Misregistration and trapping Registration Misregistration When you prepare a publication for com- mercial printing, you must take printing To compensate for this misregistration, you requirements into account in advance of can use a technique called trapping, which printing. Failure to do so often results in overlaps adjoining color areas slightly, pre- unexpected costs and delays. As you work venting gaps between colors. through this publication, you will specify and adjust colors with press requirements in A A A A mind. B When you print separations, you create a C separate set of paper or film images for each ink used in the publication. A commercial printer uses these separations to create the A. Character overprinted B. Circle trapped by plates used to print the job—one plate for spreading its edges C. Circle knocked out of underlying object
  18. 218 LESSON 7 Recreational catalog The trapping process has many variables. To solve this problem, the printer has rec- Light objects on dark backgrounds are ommended converting one of the process trapped differently from dark objects on colors to a spot ink. This will create a fifth light backgrounds. There are special plate which will use a dark blue-green spot considerations for text, black objects, and color from the PANTONE color library. In imported files. The amount of trap varies, this project you will replace the current blue depending on the paper, print quality, and process color with a PANTONE spot color. printing press. For this catalog publication, you will set up Trapping can be daunting for even the most the Colors palette by deleting unused colors experienced designer. It is essential that you and then redefining the blue process color as work closely with your printer or prepress a PANTONE spot color. service provider to avoid costly complica- tions when you print. Redefining a color Trapping cannot make a publication com- In the next steps, you redefine the blue pro- pletely perfect—the way trapping affects the cess color as the PANTONE 5405 spot color. edges of type and graphics can actually make You can edit colors from either the Define them look less polished. When you use trap- Colors command or the Colors palette ping, your goal is to minimize the negative menu. For this project, you’ll use the Colors effects of misregistration while keeping the palette menu. detrimental effects of trapping under con- 1 In the Colors palette, double-click the trol. In some cases it is actually better not to color Blue. trap. Your commercial printer can help you decide. 2 Select Spot for Type, then choose PANTONE® Coated for Libraries. This full-color catalog is currently designed to be printed using the four process ink The pop-up menu contains a selection of plates: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. electronic color swatch books that are Discussions with the commercial printer included with PageMaker 7.0. Most of the revealed several potential problems with the choices are electronic versions of standard current design. For example, on pages 3 swatch books traditionally used by commer- through 5, product price text is currently cial printers. specified as a red process color, which is 3 Enter 5405 to select PANTONE 5405 CVC. likely to lose legibility if misregistered. 4 Click OK to close the Color Picker. Select Overprint.
  19. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 219 Classroom in a Book You selected Overprint because the PAN- will make it unnecessary to trap their com- TONE 5405 spot color will often be printed mon edge. You will find the process equiva- on top of process colors. If PANTONE 5405 lent of PANTONE 5405 and apply it. is set to knock out the colors underneath it, normal misregistration may introduce Uta undesirable registration gaps between the PANTONE 5405 ink and the underlying process inks when the catalog is printed on press. If you are not sure whether a color should be set to overprint, consult your printer or prepress service provider. A possible effect of spot ink misregistration 5 Click OK to close the Color Options dialog box. 1 In the Colors palette, select PANTONE 5405 CVC. Choose New Color from the The icon to the far right of the color name Colors palette menu. ( ) indicates that the color you just added is a spot color. 2 In the Color Options dialog box, choose PANTONE® ProSim from the Libraries In the publication, all objects that used the pop-up menu. Make sure PANTONE 5405 original process color now use the CVP is selected by default. Click OK. PANTONE 5405 spot color. Note: The PANTONE® ProSim library is 6 Save 07Work.pmd. specifically designed to provide approxima- tions of PANTONE spot inks. However, the Using a process version of a spot color process equivalent may not be exact in all On page 1, the solid rectangle behind the cases. Utah text currently uses the PANTONE® 3 Choose Process for Type, make sure spot color. However, there is too much CMYK is chosen for Model, and click OK. potential for the spot plate to cause a visible break in the type where it straddles the pho- 4 Save 07Work.pmd. tograph and the rectangle. It’s been decided that it would be slightly better to use the Applying a color process color equivalent of the PANTONE Now you will apply the new process color to spot color. For example, the common pro- the rectangle. cess inks used by the photo and the rectangle
  20. 220 LESSON 7 Recreational catalog 1 With the pointer tool, select the solid 1 In the Colors palette, choose New Color rectangle under the word Utah. from the Colors palette menu. 2 In the Colors palette, click the Fill button 2 Type Rich Black for the name. and then click PANTONE 5405 CVP. 3 Select Process for Type, and make sure CMYK is selected for Model. Type 10 for Creating rich black rules Cyan, 0 for Magenta, 0 for Yellow, and 100 Pages 2 through 5 use wide black rules that for Black. Click OK. abut photographs and areas of solid color. 4 Go to page 2. With the pointer tool, select Misregistration on press may cause gaps the two black rectangles on the page. between the rules and the other areas of the page that they touch. To avoid trapping Utah Gear problems, the thick rules have been drawn as thin rectangles. As rectangles, the colors of their fills and strokes can be specified inde- S ummer’s just around the corner which means it’s time again for Utah Gear. We stock a full range of tents, sleeping bags, back packs, rugged pendently. clothing, and accessories for outdoor folks like you. This sampler catalog features some of the Utah Gear products that our own hard-playing staff have tested and considered invaluable in their adventures. This sampler shows just a cross-section Also, process black is designed to be partially of the hundreds of products available from Utah Gear—all the high-quality gear you need for camping, hiking, climbing, rafting, and biking. If you don’t see some- thing you want, check out our complete catalog. For a free copy, call (999) 555-5555. transparent so that it mixes well with other Only the toughest quality materials go in our gear so it is weatherproof, and will never come apart at the seams. As usual, you have our guarantee you can always process inks. However, this makes process return any item for a full refund. Summer is almost here, so what are you waiting for? black appear “thin” or weak when it covers an area wider than a narrow rule. Therefore, 5 Choose Element > Fill and Stroke. In the you will fill the rectangles with a deeper Fill section, choose Rich Black for Color. In black color called a rich black, which the Stroke section, make sure [Black] is includes cyan to make it look more solid. selected for Color, select Overprint, and click OK. The stroke is a custom width of .3 points to manually trap the edge of the rectangle. Now apply the rich black color to the same objects on the other pages. 6 Go to page 3. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for Process black rules Rich black rules page 3. Go to pages 4 and 5 and repeat steps set to overprint 4 and 5 for those pages as well.
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